That England game last night was not much fun to witness, but I mean, try watching Ireland, folks. Off the back of that result against Denmark, we’ve seen some action on our next England manager market – and despite calls for Arsene Wenger to come in, it seems Sean Dyche and Eddie Howe are more likely candidates.
That dismal 1-0 loss to Denmark for England last night seems to have led our bettors to believe that the end is nigh for Gareth Southgate and the odds on him being replaced this year have taken another tumble after first falling following England’s calamitous international break and bubble-bursting trip to Iceland.
And leading the lines to be his replacement is Burnley boss Sean Dyche ahead of Brighton gaffer Graham Potter. Dyche seems to be nearing the end of his tether at Turf Moor while Potter’s magic has seen the Seagulls earn rave reviews for their impressive performances.
Former Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is available for free and comes next ahead of Sheffield United’s Chris Wilder who has a lot of credit in the bank after The Blades’ impressive return to the Premier League last term.
The former England midfield team-mates are ahead of both Phil Neville and Arsene Wenger in the market who are are opposite ends of the managerial experience chart.
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